We caught up with Jrue Holiday, the newly-ringed NBA champ and Olympic gold medalist, to see how he’s finding his focus this season. We’ve learned a lot about the athlete, and wanted to share with you ten things you probably didn’t know about Jrue Holiday in this rapid-fire video.
Very often, the terms “stress” and “anxiety” are used interchangeably to describe an unpleasant feeling in response to events around us. But stress and anxiety are not the same thing, as they describe two very different processes in the human body.
What is a qEEG? The term stands for “quantitative electroencephalogram,” and refers to a test that uses metal discs called electrodes to detect electric activity in the brain before comparing them with a database of similar scans performed on healthy, functioning brains.
Neuroreceptors are tiny structures formed from protein that are designed to accept information from neurotransmitters. These are crucial elements of the nervous system that make it possible for different parts of the body to communicate with each other and with the brain.
Some workdays feel like they drag on forever, and others go by too quickly – there can be so much to get done in a single day that you become overwhelmed early on and flounder. So how do you improve your focus naturally at work?
Stress can impact your cognition – your decision-making, memory, peace of mind, and so much more – in ways that you might not even expect. It’s always best to listen to the cognitive signs of stress, but what if you don’t know what they are? How does stress affect cognitive abilities, and what can you do about it?
Spending so much time on homework can be frustrating and stressful, especially when being in school already takes up over thirty hours each week. If you can’t figure out how to stay focused on homework for so much time, and would rather be doing something else, we have some ideas that should help!